As a leader, if there was a secret recipe that included the ingredients to increase productivity, generate higher profits, and lower employee turnover and absenteeism in your organization, you’d want that, right?
Well, what if the recipe wasn’t a secret, and the ingredients were available to you today?
I’ve got some good news for you!
The levers that drive employee engagement are available to us all. However, the results vary based upon how well we understand which levers will be the most effective in our organization, and how we create and implement action plans to take advantage of them.
In this episode of the Impact Makers Podcast, I’m chatting with Dan Kessler, President & COO of Energage – a company whose purpose is to make the world a better place to work together.
Dan and the team at Energage help organizations to measure employee engagement, understand where they are today, and guide them to simple actions that they can take to improve their culture, as well as their recruitment and retention strategies.
I think you’ll find some really great takeaways in my conversation with Dan, and be inspired to take action to increase employee engagement in your workplace.
Topics Discussed In This Episode:
- What companies should be doing differently related to their recruitment strategy than they have in the past.
- How do companies represent authentically what it’s like to work in their organization?
- The role that pay and benefits play in driving employee engagement.
- The biggest drivers of employee engagement.
- How purpose and meaning impact employee engagement.
- What Top Workplaces are doing that create double the employee engagement levels as the average US workplace.
- Practical steps that you can take as a leader to positively impact employee engagement in your organization.
IMPACT MAKERS PODCAST – EPISODE 62
Key Quotes From This Episode:
“More engaged employees drives better business results.” ~ @Dan Kessler
“Compensation is essentially the least important factor that drives employee engagement.” ~ @Dan Kessler
“We measure employee engagement based on three things: motivation, loyalty, and employee net promoter score.” ~ @Dan Kessler
People & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
Top Workplaces Research Lab: Employee Well-Being and Burnout
Leaders Can Drive Employee Engagement, the Pandemic Showed Us How
This episode of the Impact Makers Podcast is sponsored by Workplace from Meta.
Everybody’s talking about the metaverse these days, but Workplace from Meta is different – I mean, the clue’s in the name, right?
Workplace is a business communication tool that uses features like instant messaging and video calls to help people share information. Think Facebook, but for your company.
It’s part of Meta’s vision for the future of work – a future in which your job isn’t just something you do, but something you EXPERIENCE. A future in which we’ll all feel more present, connected, and productive.
Start your journey into the future of work at workplace.com/future.
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